Call for Papers: Geo-Aesthetics in the Anthropocene

Call for Papers: Geo-Aesthetics in the Anthropocene
Deadline for Submissions: March 1, 2010

The International Association for Environmental Philosophy is holding
its second biennial summer conference from May 24-26, 2010 at Salisbury
University in Salisbury Maryland. Keynote lectures will be given by
Irene Klaver, director of The Water Project at the University of North
Texas, and John Murungi, co-founder of the International Association for
the Study of the Environment, Space and Place at Towsend University.
James Hatley, SU Department of Philosophy, and Derek Bowden, SU
Department of Music, are the conference directors.

Submission Guideline: Proposals for papers should address in some manner
the theme of Geo-Aesthetics in the Anthropocene broadly understood.
Submission of proposals for installations, presentations of art works,
musical performances, poetry readings and theatrical performances are
also encouraged. Send electronic submissions by email to (in doc, jpeg or pdf formats). The deadline for
submissions is March 1, 2010.

Please supply the following information:

a. Author’s or Artist's name
b. Title of Paper/Presentation/Performance
c. Institutional Affiliation
d. Email address
e. Whether you would like to act as a moderator
f. Abstract of no more than 500 words
g. If applicable, image, sound or video files.

Notifications of acceptance will be emailed in early March, 2010.

There are no big-shot Buddhas in Nature. -Ikkyu
A person is prohibited to eat until he first feeds his animals.-
Babylonian Talmud, Berakhot 40a

Dr. James Hatley
Department of Philosophy
Salisbury University
Salisbury MD 21801

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